Monday, April 8, 2013

Easter Pictures, finally

We are currently driving to D.C. for Zack's spring break. I would be nervous about y'all breaking into our house, except that 1-It's not empty, and 2- Good luck getting past all the kiddos and neighbors. Anyways, I'm actually scheduling a post (which, believe me, never happens) of some of the Easter pictures I promised y'all last week. Have I mentioned how much I love my life? A few days in a beautiful place for a gorgeous (or "lovely") workshop served to remind me how very much I am created to do this, and how dearly I love my family, and all the kiddos (but still love pretty pictures and new friends and talented teachers too).

These first ones are from the neighborhood Easter egg hunt, and our church's Spring Fling in Grant Park. Side note: Adam made us walk to the Spring Fling (with our two children and 9 neighborhood children in line behind us) it took us like an hour to get there. Lame.
Shout out to Personal Creations for the awesome Easter baskets. Heaven knows my kids wouldn't have gotten any without them! :-)
And then the real deal, Easter day at my parents' house. And special thanks to Adam's parents for the adorable Easter outfits. Heaven knows they wouldn't have been so put-together without their help (are you sensing a theme here?)

10 comments:

  1. So cute!! I'm totally digging the one piece outfit your groovy girl is sporting!!! Disco is coming BACK! :)

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  2. I love Jayci's one-piece too. I keep seeing those for our little girl (Caden's age) but we want to potty-train this summer and I feel like she'd never be able to get out of them quickly enough! And speaking of clothes, my parents always buy my daughters' dresses for Christmas and Easter or it wouldn't happen. I didn't even remember to buy toys for their Easter baskets until the Saturday before!

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    1. haha I love it - and I didnt even think about getting them out and in, they just seem easy to me because I dont have to put on more than one item of clothing for her :-) haha

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  3. Read about you on Kelly's blog this morning and you guys are amazing. Love your house too!

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  4. sad, left out of the family picture!

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    1. haha should have come home from work sooner!

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  5. Visiting you from Kelly's blog - oh my goodness, so inspired by your life and ministry!! My husband and I are in Atlanta too! I can't wait to show him your site.

    Also - question... Totally no big deal if you don't remember or can't answer, Lord knows you've got a lot going on!! But... Where is this "industrial warehouse" where you got your butcher block countertop?! I have been looking for a discount source for the kitchenette in our basement! Would loooove to know where you found yours.

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    1. Thanks so much girl! :-) and I'm emailing you right now about the countertop!

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